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Kumano Kodo trail walking holiday in Japan

This week of walking in Japan takes travellers on a trip through time as they follow one of the ancient Kumano Kodo trails as it leads inland from the seaside city of Kii-Tanabe to the Kumano Nachi Taisha Shinto shrine that sits in front of the tallest waterfall in Japan, the Nachi Falls. Making your way on the Nakahechi route, the most well-trodden of the six historic Kumano Kudo trails, you’ll follow in the footsteps of pilgrims and imperial dynasties past as you navigate forest covered mountain foothills en route to small family-run ryokans. These traditional lodgings are absolutely unforgettable and a great reminder of the great sense of peace and wellbeing that one can experience on ...Read more >
From AU $1,855 excluding flights

3 Capes walking tour in Tasmania

This four day guided walking tour is great for tagging onto an extended Australia experience, especially if you’re already spending time in Tasmania or over the water in Victoria. It can be tailored to couples or suitable for small groups (maximum group size is 15 people). As we can supply two guides it's also possible to split groups in half so as to experience either a moderate route or an easier alternative. However you get to Hobart, your trip starts early as you transfer to the Tasman Peninsula and set out on course for some of Southern Australia’s most spectacular sea stacks and sheer cliffs. Exploring the peninsula in the company of local guides really allows the ancient rock ...Read more >
From AU $1,895 excluding flights

Cape to Cape self guided walking holiday, Australia

Walk the Cape to Cape Track from Cape Leeuwin to Cape Naturaliste pack free and in comfort. This extraordinary landscape offers great variety, spanning squeaky white sand beaches, secluded coves, towering forests and limestone caves. Springtime wildflowers in vivid violet, topaz and crimson contrast the calming blue, green and whites of the natural scenery. The surrounding offshore reefs, points and headlands are coveted by local surfers for their quality surf breaks. Heading north on the Cape to Cape Track, the walk traverses clifftops, deserted beaches, villages, coastal heathlands, peppermint tree woodlands and majestic Karri forests with tall open stands of eucalypt, unique to the ...Read more >
From AU $3,075 excluding flights

Bibbulmun Track guided group walk, Australia

Of the 1000 km of Bibbulmun Track, we’ve selected the most scenic and appealing coastal and forest sections between Walpole and Albany. Hike through towering karri and tingle tree forests, which are endemic to the south west. True freaks of nature, some are large enough to park a car in. Then stroll along the raised canopy for a birds-eye view of the forest in the Valley of the Giants. Onwards to the ocean and a coastline that’s liberally dotted with breathtaking beaches and idyllic coves. Avoiding walking on the beach, we focus instead on clifftop tracks with many elevated vantage points offering stunning panoramas. Conspicuous Cliff, Peaceful Bay, Lowlands Beach and Cosy Corner are just ...Read more >
From AU $3,985 excluding flights

Flinders Ranges self guided walking holiday, Australia

Sir Hans Heysen lived and painted in the Adelaide Hills in the Lofty Mountain Ranges his whole adult life. It was here that he used his watercolours to bring the arid gum tree dotted landscapes and indigenous animals of the Australian bush to the whole world. This week of self guided walking takes you into one of Heysen’s paintings. You’ll walk deep into the Australian Outback and over one of the world’s oldest landscapes, the Flinders Ranges. Throughout the holiday you’ll be given full assistance wherever needed including luggage transfers, overnight accommodation, walking notes and detailed maps. The 1,200km long distance trail that’s named after Heysen takes you through the artist’s ...Read more >
From AU $2,895 excluding flights

Cradle Mountain walking holiday in Tasmania, self guided

This six day self guided walking tour takes travellers into the Tasmanian wilderness where ice carved gorges and glacial lakes meld into alpine moors, heaths and pine forests. Nowhere else on earth competes with Cradle Mountain & Lake St Clair National Park for its pristine and untouched nature. Anyone looking to get away from it all will be in their absolute element. Nature photographers, wildlife watchers and, of course, wilderness walkers, will relish the sense of adventure with stays in locally owned lodges providing a welcoming base, and chef prepared meal, to return to at the end of each day. Throughout the trip you’ll be fully briefed about what to expect from the suggested ...Read more >
From AU $2,895 excluding flights

Walking in the Australian outback, Larapinta Trail

OVERVIEW Trek the amazing Larapinta Trail through the high ridgelines of the West MacDonnell Ranges, the Ormiston and Serpentine Gorges and hike Mount Sonder at sunrise. Be amazed by the dramatic colour changes in the rock formations at Glen Helen Gorge and Standley Chasm. This is one of the most spectacular outback experiences in Australia. These Larapinta trail walks take us through land sacred to the Arrernte Aboriginal people since the Dreamtime. Here we gain a deeper understanding of the ancient Indigenous cultures and Traditional Owners of the land. This walk is suitable for both experienced hikers seeking a spectacular challenge and for those who just want to experience the beauty ...Read more >
From AU $3,195 excluding flights

The Great South West Walk in Victoria, Australia

This has got to be Victoria's best kept secret - a 250km continuous loop track that includes dramatic coastlines, the joy of walking beside a meandering river and remote bushland full of wildlife, bird and native flowers. It’s promoted as a “Symphony in Four Movements”. The first stage is the Cobboboonee Forest containing the headwaters of the Surry and Fitzroy Rivers. Expect to see kangaroos bounding across the track and be delighted by the shrieks of rare red-tailed black cockatoos. The full 13 days are listed below however the 8 day highlights walk which covers off on all of the diversity of landscape and flora on this track is the one that is advertised. Next comes the peaceful ...Read more >
From AU $3,195 excluding flights

Bibbulmun Track self guided walk in Western Australia

This nine day self guided walk takes you from Walpole to Albany (almost 150km) on the Bibbulmun Track with many of Western Australia’s most celebrated natural scenes providing a biodiverse backdrop around every turn. The Bibbulmun Track is one of WA’s best loved long distance trails with a combination of coastal heath and secret coves blending into towering tingle forests and lush green valleys. Not only is this a truly unique environment for indigenous plants, trees and animals, such as kangaroos and koalas, but you’ll also get to meet, and stay with, lots of the local folk too. Locally owned motels and cottages offer rest as well as a cooked breakfast and evening meal, and you’ll leave ...Read more >
From AU $2,755 excluding flights

Great Ocean Walk holiday in Victoria, Australia

This six day walking holiday includes two local guides who will point out all of the prime locations for wildlife as well as explaining more about the human history of Victoria and the Great Ocean Walk. Two guides also allow the group to divide so guests can tackle longer or more challenging trails whilst others can opt for easier going options. It’s possible to complete the entire 100km in a week. Throughout the trip you’ll be staying in small locally-owned guesthouses and a couple of nights in historic lighthouse keepers’ cottages where a warm welcome is always guaranteed alongside a hearty Aussie breakfast to see you on your way. Single rooms can be arranged, at a supplement, for solo ...Read more >
From AU $2,470 excluding flights

Cape to Cape self guided walking holiday in Western Australia

Our Cape to Cape trip is an INN-to-INN accommodated walking holiday. You progress along the track moving from one fabulous accommodation to the next including B&Bs, country retreat and resorts saving a huge amount of time in a vehicle. Andy our Representative and transport guy on the ground will move your luggage for you while you are out walking and can assist you in any way if needed. You have the option to shorten the walks. Walk with your friends, at your own pace and when you want, so you can choose your own starting date. This holiday is not available over the hot summer months of December to February. If you are a solo walker or prefer to go with 2 guides we also have a guided ...Read more >
From AU $2,875 excluding flights

Cape to Cape guided walking holiday in Australia

This wonderful week of walking encapsulates the coastline of southwest Western Australia spanning 135km from Cape Leeuwin (326km south of Perth) to Cape Naturaliste to form the country’s longest coastal trail. A combination of Indian Ocean beaches, shaded forests, limestone caves and verdant vineyards turn this lesser-known track into an unforgettable adventure with lots of locally-owned guesthouses and small hotels offering a warm welcome, and an evening meal and breakfast, along the way. Walking as part of a small group (max 15 people) is a sociable experience and spending time listening and chatting to the Aussie walking guides will give you lots of local info as well as a few tall ...Read more >
From AU $2,495 excluding flights

Great Alpine Walk holiday in Victoria, Australia

Spend a week inland from Victoria’s coastline and you’ll experience an authentic side to alpine Australia that’s rarely seen by the day trippers making their way to and from Melbourne. This is mountain country where you’ll find yourself walking with hardly anyone else around in the shadow of some of the state’s tallest peaks, including the Razorback Ridge and Mount Feathertop (1,922m). The Australian Alps often experience snow from June to September, and hiking in the foothills when the ridges and gullies are filled with the white stuff, is quite a sight. Not only will you be treated to some sublime panoramic views over snow capped peaks but you’ll also get to find out more about the ...Read more >
From AU $2,495 excluding flights

Walking holiday in Flinders Ranges, South Australia

An opportunity to climb the highest peak in the Flinders Ranges - St Mary Peak - plus several other challenging climbs. Easy walking on the floor of spectacular Wilpena Pound. See Aboriginal shelters with ochre paintings. Explore remote gorges in the southern Flinders Ranges. Enjoy relaxing around a campfire in the evenings. Stay in great accommodation with comfortable beds and fantastic food, while discovering Flinders Ranges. What strikes you most about the Flinders Ranges is the amazing geology of the place, an ancient landscape that once stood taller than the Himalayas. Dutchmans Stern juts dramatically from the surrounding plains, the summit providing expansive views over the range ...Read more >
From AU $2,995 excluding flights

Great Ocean Walk self guided tour, Australia

This week of walking takes you away from the bright lights of Melbourne and into the tiny towns and locally owned inns and ma & pa run B&Bs that day-trippers rarely reach. As luggage is transferred in between accommodation all you have to care about are the ocean views, coastal plains and manna gum groves where sea eagles, whales, kangaroos and koalas may all make an appearance. Walking west of Apollo Bay brings you into incredibly close contact with the peace and tranquillity of southern Victoria as well as alleviating the burden on the often busy road. This remote stretch was originally chosen as a walking route to showcase the area’s endemic animals, coastal scenery and colourful ...Read more >
From AU $2,795 excluding flights

Mornington Peninsula walking holiday in Victoria, Australia

Only two hours from Melbourne and you'll find yourself hiking along cliff top tracks on rugged back beaches, strolling along picturesque bay beaches, and sipping cappuccinos in boutique cafes. This is walking with attitude as Mornington has now one of Australia's most prestigious food and wine destinations . There are four distinctly different walking experiences on this circuit route. The Two Bays Track heads across the widest section of the peninsula via Arthurs Seat and King Falls to serene Bushranger Bay. The Coastal Walk section features Cape Schanck where you can take a lighthouse tour, then continues along the wild back beaches all the way to Portsea. Some beaches have life guards ...Read more >
From AU $2,045 excluding flights

Tasmania coastal walking holiday, Australia

On this holiday we’ll focus on the sunny east coast with its magnificent beaches, rugged rocky promontories and rich colonial history. There are two days of walking on the Bay of Fires walk, which, like so much of the east coast, is dominated by pink granite with a very high quartz content that breaks down into pure white sand. The white sands combined with magnificent outcrops of pink granite, orange lichen and an azure blue sky make this walk a photographer’s delight. Expect to see kangaroos and wallabies and it’s also a great walk for observing sea birds such as gulls, terns, gannets, albatrosses, oystercatchers and majestic sea eagles. There’s even the opportunity to see penguins at ...Read more >
From AU $3,195 excluding flights

Tasmania wilderness walking holiday in Australia

This is the ideal walking holiday for travellers interested in making new friends and exploring in the wilderness of Tasmania in the company of experienced local guides. Not only does a small group (max 12 people) cause minimal impact on the environment it also allows opportunities to stay in smaller, locally-owned guesthouses and wilderness lodges. Walking with someone who knows the environment and what lies on the track ahead instils confidence as well as letting you learn more about what you’re seeing and where you’re walking. There’s no need to worry about getting lost or arriving at your next accommodation after dark. Your guides help to alleviate any anxiety so all you have to do is ...Read more >
From AU $3,925 excluding flights

Great Ocean walking holiday in Victoria, Australia

This five day walking holiday gives you four full days on the Great Ocean Walk with overnight accommodation at locally owned inns ensuring you’ll get a warm welcome and evening meal when you arrive and a hearty cooked breakfast and packed lunch when you depart. Although you’ll be self guided with route notes and detailed maps, your luggage will be transferred for you and you’ll also have the security of 24/7 assistance whenever you need it. This type of walking holiday is a great way to bridge the gap between fully guided and DIY. It also allows travellers to meet and get to know local folk away from the busy hot spots such as the Twelve Apostles. This is a great opportunity to experience ...Read more >
From AU $2,195 excluding flights

Snowy Mountains walking holiday in NSW, Australia

This an epic linear hike that stretches from Wragges Creek and travels via Guthega, Perisher , Charlottes Pass all the way to Thedbo in the Snowy Mountains, Australia's highest Mountains. Importantly this self guided walk incorporates the less traveled path to Mt Kosciuszko away from the crowds. At the top, our walkers have a genuine 360 degree view from Australia's highest mountain. You traverse the Snowy Mountains walking from one delightful ski village to the next. We move your luggage for you while you are out walking. You only need to carry your daypack. These mountains were once covered by glaciers that carved 5 exquisite small lakes from the granite rock, as well as numerous ...Read more >
From AU $2,595 excluding flights
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